That’s the question we askedt to several international fishing writers and industry types, asking them to keep answers brief.
Whether by trolling or drifting, fishing leadhead bucktail jigs is one of the most productive methods of catching large, daytime striped bass in southern New England. Rips — large or small — hold baitfish like squid, which bucktails imitate. And those baitfish draw big, lazy stripers, waiting for an easy meal to sweep up the structure past their noses.
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